Each year we aim to continue our core theme of “Relationships – the Key to Progress”. This year, the Profectum conference will cross the lifespan of autism, from infancy to young adulthood where relationships are the essential human experience that pave the way to a meaningful future. You will learn to anticipate the needs of the young children you work with now and what they will need in the future, as well as new methods to promote self-reliance when grown.

Don’t miss this opportunity to …

  • Learn the revolutionary movement-sensing perspective on the roots of autism
  • Join a mother’s journey from infancy to adulthood and learn how she developed a perspective of her child’s experience growing up to enhance their relationship and progress
  • Explore the dynamics of partnerships with parents and the separation-individuation process
  • Help individuals improve the executive capacities to function as self-reliant adults
  • Gain awareness of autism and safety promoted through the media
  • Experience virtual reality as a tool to improve police safety in adolescents and adults with ASD
  • Use a phone App that allows therapists to measure connectedness as a pre-post measure of coaching effectiveness
  • Integrate the DIR-FCD™ model into a public pre-school setting with evidence for efficacy of PPT training methodology
  • Enter the classrooms of children to discover the parallel process of developmental and functional competence (DIR® and FCD)
  • Use the newly published DIR-FCD™ Goal Bank to define the educational goals in IEPs
  • Attend breakout sessions each day emphasizing case studies that will bring depth and practical strategies to support development from infancy to young adulthood
  • And much more …

Who should attend?

Professionals of all disciplines including education and parents concerned with the development of individuals with challenges in relating, communicating, learning, making transitions and developing competencies for independent living.

Conference Brochure

Read the full conference brochure for complete descriptions and learning objectives for all presentations and workshops.

Plenary & Case Presentations

Monday Welcome

Treating the Complexity of Autism: Why Relationships and Mental Health Must Underlie all Intervention and Provide the Keys to Progress

Serena Wieder, PhD
Clinical Director of Profectum Foundation

The New Frontier: Redefining Autism From the Movement-Sensing Perspective

The New Frontier: Redefining Autism from the Movement-Sensing Perspective

Elizabeth B. Torres, PhD
Associate Professor, Rutgers University, Department of Psychology – Areas: Cognitive Psychology / Computational Neuroscience; Awarded NJ Autism Center for Excellence in 2018

Relationships at Work – Case Illustrations and Panel Discussion

Connecting Movement and Sensation to Developmental Challenges in ASD

Elizabeth Osten, MS, OTR/L
Owner and Director; Beth Osten & Associates; ABD Fielding Graduate University; Profectum Sr. Faculty

Emergence of a Hidden Child

Lauren Blaszak
Co-Founder and Executive Director, Celebrate the Children School

Comments by parent Zoey Keinan, PhD

Redefining Autism, Diagnosis, Priorities and the Role of Affect and Relationships to Promote Social Agency and Functioning

Panel Discussion with Elizabeth Torres, PhD; Serena Wieder, PhD, Lauren Blaszak; Monica G. Osgood; Elizabeth Osten, MS, OTR/L

Redefining Autism from the Movement-Sensing Perspective – The Parent Experience

It is Hard to See the Forest When the Trees are So Loud

Nancy Crown, PhD
Clinical Psychologist, Private Practice; Parent of an Adult Daughter with Autism; Assistant Clinical Professor, Albert Einstein College of Medicine; Faculty in the Child and Adolescent Program, William Alanson White Institute

Sunday Welcome

From the Movement-Sensing Perspective to Advocacy

Monica G. Osgood
Executive Director Profectum Foundation and Celebrate the Children School

Autism and Safety: The Need for Self Advocacy and the Education of Society on How to Support Individuals with Developmental, Intellectual and Mental Health Differences

Autism and Safety! It’s Time for Awareness and Action!

John Donvan
Four-time Emmy Award-winning Journalist; Author, “In a Different Key: The Story of Autism”, a Pulitzer Prize Finalist; Host and Moderator, Intelligence Squared US; Contributor/Writing Consultant, ABC News

Floreo Police Module | Immersive Virtual Reality as a Tool to Improve Police Safety in Adolescents and Adults with ASD

Rita Solórzano, MA, CCC-SLP
Director of Therapy Content, Floreo Technology

The National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) has provided funding to Floreo Technology and the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia for an STTR Fast-Track project to study the feasibility, safety and efficacy of Floreo’s mobile VR platform for training these skills with this population.  “Immersive Virtual Reality as a Tool to Improve Police Safety in Adolescents and Adults With ASD” | NIMH 1R42MH115539-01

Helping Developmentally Delayed Adolescents and Adults Improve the Executive Capacities Necessary for Functioning as a Self-reliant Adult

George McCloskey, PhD
Professor and Director of School Psychology Research, Psychology Department, Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine; Diplomate Status, American Academy of Pediatric Neuropsychology

The Need for Self-Advocacy and the Education of Society on How to Support Individuals with Developmental, Intellectual and Mental Health Difference

Interdisciplinary Panel Discussion with John Donvan; Josh Feder, MD; George McCloskey, PhD; Karen McDowell; Monica G. Osgood; Rita Solórzano, MA, CCC-SLP; Ellen Zimiles

The Profectum DIR-FCD IEP Goal Bank

The New DIR-FCD Goal Bank – How to Choose IEP Goals, Use Goals and Data Sheets to Guide Staff and Parent Interactions, and Track Progress in a Scope and Sequence Based on Functional Emotional Developmental and Capacities (FEDL’s and FCDs)

Introduction to the DIR-FCD Goal Bank
DIR-FCD Goal Bank Case Examples

Celebrate the Children School Staff

Presenters

Workshop 1

Understanding the Developmental Foundations of Interpersonal Connectedness – From Movement to Meaning to Measurement
Elizabeth Osten, MS, OTR/L
Owner and Director, Beth Osten & Associates; Fielding Graduate University; Profectum Sr. Faculty
Josh Feder, MD
Child and Family Psychiatrist, Private Practice; Profectum Sr. Faculty

Workshop 2

What Professionals Need to Know in Developing Partnerships with Parents
Ruby Salazar, LCSW, BCD
Founder and Director, PA Lifespan Services; Profectum Sr. Faculty

Workshop 3

Flying Solo: Connected and Independent
Griff Doyle, PhD
Clinical Psychologist, Private Practice; Profectum Sr. Faculty

Workshop 4

Circles of Communication: An Integrative Developmental Language Learning Approach for Individuals with Autism and Other Neurodevelopmental Differences
Amy Pinder, MA, CCC-SLP
Celebrate the Children School

A Session Workshops

Workshop 1

Experience DIR-FCD™ Certificate Level 1 (Professional) Training
Profectum Senior Faculty

Workshop 2

Integrating the DIR-FCD™ model into a Public Preschool Setting – Lessons Learned, Evidence, and New Directions
Susan Smith-Foley, MPA, OTR/L
DIR® Consultant; Profectum Assoc. Faculty

Special Education Teachers
Deena Glassenberg, M.S.Ed;  Aviva Katz, M.S.Ed; Sarah Teren, M.S.Ed; Heni Mozes, M.S.Ed, Supervisor of the Lakewood Public Preschool Program

Workshop 3

Training “Floortime Players” to Support Children in Interactions with Peers: A Model for Camps, Recess, and Social Groups
Rosemary White, OTR/L
Founder, Pediatric Physical and Occupational Therapy Services; Profectum Sr. Faculty

Workshop 4

More DIR-FCD Goal Bank Case Examples and Workshop
Celebrate the Children School Staff

B Session Workshops

Workshop 5

The Profectum Parent Toolbox (PPT) and Apprentice Courses
Profectum Senior Faculty

Workshop 6

Advance Your Expertise in the DIR-FCD™ Certificate Level 2 (Fellows) Training
Profectum Senior Faculty

Workshop 7

Praxis 101: Praxis for the Non-OT Professional
Rebecca Berg, MA, OTR/L
Pediatric Physical and Occupational Therapy Services; Profectum Fellow
Kristin Dox McNally, MS, OTR/L
Pediatric Physical and Occupational Therapy Services & Cooper House; Profectum Asst. Faculty

Workshop 8

Integrating Art Therapy and Floortime to Support Social & Emotional Development, Communication and Self-Expression in Autism Spectrum Disorders in an Educational Setting
Michele Havens, EdD
Lecturer, Kean University; Educational and DIRFloortime®; Consultant; Profectum Trainer
Faith Condon Thayer, PhD, LPC, LCAT, ATR-BC
Director of Mental Health Services/DIR Supervisor, Imagine Academy for Autism

Read the full conference brochure for complete descriptions and learning objectives for all presentations and workshops.

8:45-9:30

Welcome

Treating the Complexity of Autism: Why Relationships and Mental Health Must Underlie all Intervention and Provide the Keys to Progress
Serena Wieder, PhD
available for AOTA & NY SW continuing education credit

The New Frontier: Redefining Autism from Movement-Sensing Perspective

9:30-11:00

The New Frontier: Redefining Autism from the Movement-Sensing Perspective
Elizabeth B. Torres, PhD
available for AOTA & NY SW continuing education credit

11:00-11:30

Break & Book Signing

11:30-12:45

Relationships at Work – Case Illustrations and Panel Discussion

Connecting Movement and Sensation to Developmental Challenges in ASD
Elizabeth Osten, MS, OTR/L

Emergence of a Hidden Child
Lauren Blaszak

Redefining Autism, Diagnosis, Priorities and the Role of Affect and Relationships to Promote Social Agency and Functioning
Panel Discussion with Elizabeth Torres, PhD; Serena Wieder, PhD, Lauren Blaszak; Monica G. Osgood; Elizabeth Osten, MS, OTR/L
available for AOTA & NY SW continuing education credit

12:45-2:00

Lunch

Redefining Autism from the Movement-Sensing Perspective – The Parent Experience

2:00-3:00

It is Hard to See the Forest When the Trees are So Loud
Nancy Crown, PhD
available for AOTA & NY SW continuing education credit

3:00-3:30

Break & Book Signing

3:30-4:45

Workshop 1
Understanding the Developmental Foundations of Interpersonal Connectedness – From Movement to Meaning to Measurement
Beth Osten, MS, OTR/L and Josh Feder, MD
available for AOTA & NY SW continuing education credit

Workshop 2
What Professionals Need to Know in Developing Partnerships with Parents
Ruby Salazar, LCSW, BCD
available for AOTA & NY SW continuing education credit

Workshop 3
Flying Solo: Connected and Independent
Griff Doyle, PhD
available for AOTA & NY SW continuing education credit

Workshop 4
Circles of Communication: An Integrative Developmental Language Learning Approach for Individuals with Autism and Other Neurodevelopmental Differences
Amy Pinder, MA, CCC-SLP
available for AOTA & NY SW continuing education credit

Welcome

8:45-9:30

From the Movement-Sensing Perspective to Advocacy
Monica G. Osgood
available for AOTA & NY SW continuing education credit

Autism and Safety: The Need for Self Advocacy and the Education of Society on How to Support Individuals with Developmental, Intellectual and Mental Health Differences

9:30-10:00

Autism and Safety! It’s Time for Awareness and Action!
John Donvan
available for AOTA & NY SW continuing education credit

10:00-10:30

Floreo Police Module | Immersive Virtual Reality as a Tool to Improve Police Safety in Adolescents and Adults with ASD
Rita Solórzano, MA, CCC-SLP
available for AOTA & NY SW continuing education credit

10:30-11:00

Break & Book Signing | Floreo Virtual Reality Demo

11:00-12:30

Helping Developmentally Delayed Adolescents and Adults Improve the Executive Capacities Necessary for Functioning as a Self-reliant Adult
George McCloskey, PhD
available for AOTA & NY SW continuing education credit

The Need for Self-Advocacy and the Education of Society on How to Support Individuals with Developmental, Intellectual and Mental Health Difference
Interdisciplinary Panel Discussion with John Donvan; Josh Feder, MD; George McCloskey, PhD; Karen McDowell; Monica G. Osgood; Rita Solórzano, MA, CCC-SLP; Ellen Zimiles
available for AOTA & NY SW continuing education credit

12:30-1:30

Lunch

The Profectum DIR-FCD IEP Goal Bank

1:30-3:00

The New DIR-FCD Goal Bank – How to Choose IEP Goals, Use Goals and Data Sheets to Guide Staff and Parent Interactions, and Track Progress in a Scope and Sequence Based on Functional Emotional Developmental and Capacities (FEDL’s and FCDs)

Introduction to the DIR-FCD Goal Bank
DIR-FCD Goal Bank Case Examples
Celebrate the Children School Staff

3:15-4:15

Workshop 1
Experience DIR-FCD™ Certificate Level 1 (Professional) Training
Profectum Senior Faculty

Workshop 2
Integrating the DIR-FCD™ model into a Public Preschool Setting – Lessons Learned, Evidence, and New Directions
Susan Smith-Foley, MPA, OTR/L
available for AOTA & NY SW continuing education credit

Workshop 3
Training “Floortime Players” to Support Children in Interactions with Peers: A Model for Camps, Recess, and Social Groups
Rosemary White, OTR/L
available for AOTA & NY SW continuing education credit

Workshop 4
More DIR-FCD Goal Bank Case Examples and Workshop
Celebrate the Children School Staff

4:15-5:15

Workshop 5
The Profectum Parent Toolbox (PPT) and Apprentice Courses
Profectum Senior Faculty

Workshop 6
Advance Your Expertise in the DIR-FCD™ Certificate Level 2 (Fellows) Training
Profectum Senior Faculty

Workshop 7
Praxis 101: Praxis for the Non-OT Professional
Rebecca Berg, MA, OTR/L  and Kristin Dox McNally, MS, OTR/L
available for AOTA & NY SW continuing education credit

Workshop 8
Integrating Art Therapy and Floortime to Support Social & Emotional Development, Communication and Self-Expression in Autism Spectrum Disorders in an Educational Setting
Michele Havens, EdD and Faith Condon Thayer, PhD, LPC, LCAT, ATR-BC
available for AOTA & NY SW continuing education credit

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Registration Information

Registration Type Early Bird Rate
Expires 9-21-18
Regular Rate
9-22-18 to 10-29-18
Both Days $375 $405
Sunday Only $205 $245
Monday Only $205 $245
CE Fee $30 $30

Discounts

Do you qualify for a 15% discount?

  • Groups of 5+  For group registrations, at least 5 registrants must register at the same time.
  • Student w/ Current Id  You will need to provide a copy of your current student ID.
  • Parent of a Child with Special Needs or Individual with Special Needs
  • Profectum Academy Member Enrolled in a Course or a Profectum Certificate Holder

If you meet the discount criteria above, please contact emily.mohr@profectum.org for information and instructions on how to register with a discount code.

Discounts do not apply to CE fees.

Parent Scholarships

We recognize that arranging child care and transportation to the conference may influence some parents decision to register. However, we want any parent who has the desire to attend to be able to benefit from the amazing program we have this year.

Therefore, we will offer a limited amount of scholarships to offset the expense of getting to the conference for parents.

These scholarships will be awarded on a first come first serve basis and reduces the conference registration fee to:

  • Single Day Conference Registration – $75
  • Two Day Conference Registration – $150

Your completed application will be reviewed by our Parent Scholarship Coordinator. You will be contacted and will receive further instructions on how to register or notified if there is a wait list.

Registration and Cancellation Policy

Registrations and payments must be received no later than Friday, October 19, 2018. Confirmations and receipts are furnished by email. Any registration received after Friday, October 19, 2018 will be considered, providing space is available, as a “late registration”.

We DO NOT invoice for our events. All attendees or groups must have a paid registration prior to the event.

Written cancellation or change notifications must be received no later than Friday, October 19, 2018 via email to emily.mohr@profectum.org. A cancellation/ change processing fee of $25 will be charged.

After Friday, October 19, 2018, no refunds or credit for future events will be given. Substitute attendees are welcome but we must be notified with their name and contact information. Please understand that if you do not attend you are still liable for full payment.

In the unlikely event that this program is cancelled, you will be notified immediately via email and a credit will be issued toward a rescheduled conference, or the entire submitted registration fee will be refunded without further liability on the part of the organizer.

Additional Registration Information

Registration opens at 8:00 am. Please check-in at the registration desk to receive your name badge and day of schedule. Sessions will start promptly at 8:45 am.

Printed presentation handouts will NOT be provided. Presentation handouts will be available on our website approximately 1-week prior to the conference for you to download and/or print if desired.

As you prepare to attend this conference, remember that meeting room climates vary, so we recommend that you wear layered clothing to ensure your personal comfort. As a consideration to all participants, we ask that you turn all cellular phones and pagers to a non-audible mode during the presentations. Children and unregistered guests are not permitted in the meeting rooms.

More detailed information will be emailed to you closer to the date of the conference.

Accommodations for Persons with Disabilities & Special Needs Request

If you require ADA accommodations or have a special needs request, please email emily.mohr@profectum.org at least 1-week prior to the conference date so that arrangements can be made.

Read the full conference brochure for complete descriptions and learning objectives for all presentations and workshops.

Conference Brochure Updated 10-16-18

Want to be a Conference Sponsor?

Here’s how … view the Conference Sponsorship Prospectus for all the details and the amenities available to you.

Made the decision to be a Sponsor?

Contact beth.arena@profectum.org if you have questions.

Continuing Education

A general certificate of attendance will be issued to all conference participants via email for each day of attendance.  Specific approved continuing education boards certificates of attendance will be sent to participants who are registered and complete the course requirements for continuing education credits. The certificate will note the number of instructional hours for the day in attendance.

Registration opens at 8:00 am. Check-in at the CE registration desk to receive your name badge and day of schedule. Sessions will start promptly at 8:45 am.

Course Completion Requirements

For those learners that have signed up for Continuing Education credit, providers require that you sign in and out at intervals during the day, and submit an evaluation format the end of the day. Please visit the CE registration desk upon arrival.

Occupational Therapists/Occupational Therapy Assistants

For presentations that are CEU approved, learners must attend the presentation for the full scheduled time and sign the attendance sheets. Credit will be awarded for those CEU approved presentations that were attended fully.

New York Licensed Master Social Workers & Licensed Clinical Social Workers

Learners must attend the entire Conference day to receive credit, no partial credit can be issued.

View the Schedule tab to see which presentations are available for Continuing Education credit.


Contact your own board or organization for specific filing requirements. Download and save the Conference Brochure and keep your certificate of attendance.

Visit the Registration tab for our Cancellation Policy.

Occupational Therapists/Occupational Therapy Assistants

Profectum Foundation is an AOTA Approved Provider of continuing education. Provider #9365. This Conference is offered for up to 1.1 AOTA CEUs / 11 Contact Hours (Intermediate level)

The assignment of AOTA CEs does not imply endorsement of specific course content, products, or clinical procedures by AOTA. See course complete requirements section above.

AOTA Classification Codes that apply to this Conference: Domain of OT – Performance Skills | Occupational Therapy Process – Intervention | Occupational Therapy Process – Activity and Occupational Demands

If a learner is in need of their participant record from this Course, send an email with the request to the AOTA CE Administrator at liza.kali@profectum.org

New York Licensed Master Social Workers & Licensed Clinical Social Workers

Profectum Foundation is recognized by the New York State Education Department’s State Board for Social Work as an approved provider of continuing education for licensed social workers #SW-0413. This Conference is approved for up to 11 contact hours. [ 5.75 contact hours on Sunday, October 28; 5.25 contact hours on Monday, October 29, 2018]  Registrants must attend the entire Conference day to receive credit, no partial credit can be issued.

 

Speech-Language Pathologists

This conference has not been reviewed for continuing education credits through ASHA. SLPs who are ASHA CCC-SLP holders, conference hours can be used towards the ASHA required Certification Maintenance Hours.
No CE Fee required.
Please stop at the CE desk at the end of the day to verify your attendance and receive an ASHA Certification Maintenance Verification Form.
The link below provides more information on ASHA maintenance hours.
http://www.asha.org/certification/maintain-ccc/

Accommodations

Save at the Conference Hotel

Stay right at The Robert Treat Hotel. Call the hotel (the site of the conference), at 973-622-1000 and reference Profectum for a special rate at $109 per night (plus taxes).

Or reserve online.

Conference rates are available until Wednesday, September 26, 2018 or until the room block fills.

Other Nearby Hotels

Hilton Newark Penn Station
1048 Raymond Blvd
Newark, NJ 07102

TRYP by Wyndham
24 E Park St
Newark, NJ 07102

  • Airports

    Newark Liberty International Airport is the closet airport to the Conference Hotel. LaGuardia and John F. Kennedy airports are also nearby.

    For guests staying at The Robert Treat Hotel, they offer a courtesy shuttle from Newark Liberty Airport, please call the hotel directly regarding shuttle arrangements.

  • Driving & Parking

    For a map & driving direction provided by the Hotel, [ click here ]

    Nearby parking is available in the area.

    The Military Park Underground Parking, connects to the Hotel.
    42-50 Park Pl, Newark, NJ 07102

  • Public Transportation

    The Hotel has a shuttle that runs between the hotel and Newark Penn Station. 

    Walking from Newark Penn Station
    Exit Newark Penn Station via Raymond Plaza West (follow signs inside Newark Penn Station for Information Center, Raymond Plaza West). Once outside, walk to your right towards Raymond Blvd. Make a left onto Raymond Blvd. Walk three blocks to Park Place and hotel will be 1.5 blocks down on the right.

    Train
    Newark Penn Station is a major transportation hub, making arrivals and departures a breeze. Accessible via NJ Transit and Amtrack.
    For more information click here ]

    For those riders traveling on the Montclair-Boonton Line, Morristown Line, or Gladstone Branch Line, there is no direct train to Newark Penn Station. Riders will have to change trains. An alternative to reduce the number of transfers would be to travel to Newark Broad Street Station and then take the Light Rail to Newark Penn Station.

    Light Rail
    Newark Penn Station is accessible via Newark Light Rail by Broad Street Station and Grove Street Lines. NJ Transit riders can arrive at Newark Broad Street Station and then take the Light Rail to Newark Penn Station, a 9 minute ride.
    [ For more information click here ]

    Subway (PATH)
    Newark Penn Station is accessible by PATH. A twenty minute ride from World Trade Center.
    For more information click here ]

    Bus
    Newark Penn Station is accessible by bus via NJ Transit, Greyhound and Bolt Bus.
    [ For more information click here ]

Faculty and Academy Leadership Summit

Saturday, October 27, 2018

12:00 to 5:00 pm

Best Western Plus Robert Treat Hotel

Newark, NJ

Last year, thanks to the extraordinary efforts of Ricki and Marilee, we launched our first Annual Leadership Summit. The day brought together Faculty and Academy Members from all over the world for an inspiring day of relationship building, fun and a multitude of accomplishments! For example, how will we ever forget Christie’s famous “DIR-FCD Elevator Speech!

The last year has flown by and we have been able to accomplish many of the goals identified last year.

The agenda for this year includes:

12:00-12:30 pm – Arrival, lunch and networking

12:30-1:30 pm – The 6-Hour Standardized DIR-FCD Presentation Task Force will present an update on their work

1:30-2:00 pm – The Conference Task Force will present their process leading up to this conference and invite others to join them for future conference planning

2:00-2:30 pm – Break

2:30-3:30 pm – Break up into committees to set goals, identify deliverables and Task Force timelines and meeting schedules

3:30-4:00 pm –  Committee Action Items Reported

4:00-5:00 pm – FCD Overview and Discussion

PACT Training Information

Thursday, October 25 and Friday, October 26, 2018 |  Robert Treat Hotel, Newark, NJ

Profectum is pleased to sponsor PACT Training with Dr. Catherine Aldred, Consultant Honorary Lecturer, PACT Trial Office, University of Manchester.  This is a wonderful opportunity to be trained in the PACT approach for the first time in the United States. We welcome your inquiries.

Serena Wieder, PhD | Clinical Director – Profectum Foundation and Co-creator of the DIR model

PACT training is suitable for professionals (speech and language therapists, occupational therapists, psychologists, psychiatrists, specialist teachers) with a minimum of 2 years post-graduate experience of working with children who have autism and their families.

Levels 1 & 2

The first level of training, PACT pre-course e-learning, consists of an introductory Powerpoint and 8 videos with tasks to be completed by the trainee. Each trainee receives an answer sheet to compare their answers. The pre-course e-learning takes approximately 6 hours to complete in the trainees own time before they attend the 2 day face to face training.

The second level of training (pre-course 2-day live training and post course work) is suitable for professionals who will implement PACT in clinical practice. This 2-day training is in person on October 25-26, 2018 in New Jersey.

Level 3

The third level of training will be available online. The PACT professionals lead training (for those who want to become trainers and/or conduct research and establish fidelity), suitable for more experienced professionals involves implementing PACT with more clinical cases and supervising other PACT trainees.

Description and fees are available upon request. Please contact Dr. Serena Wieder at serena.wieder@Profectum.org.

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